Experience unforgettable tours in and around Harrison Hot Springs, BC.
Offering authentic cultural experiences year round throughout Spuzzum, Chilliwack ranges, and Harrison.
The Stòlō nation (People of the River) have inhabited this land for thousands of years. As we soar through the mountains, you’ll hear their stories and learn about the rich history of this region. Once we land, we’ll walk along an old trade route towards a towering rock face permeated with petroglyphs. You’ll feel it in the air—the deep meaning and stored energy that this sacred place beholds.
Offering scenic jet boat tours, guided hiking, kayaking and white water rafting. We provide tours and activities to suit every level and interest.
Explore the scenic beauty and wildlife of Harrison Lake in casual style. Shoreline Tours combines the best elements of luxury, intimacy and relaxation.
Come ride along with us as we take you into Sasquatch country that so few have ever experienced. Listen as your guide talks about the best evidence found to date pertaining to existence of the creature known as "Sasquatch." Let us tell you what we believe the Sasquatch to be and how and why it has remained elusive for so long. Your adventure is sure to be a most memorable one, filled with on-location eye-witness accounts, beautiful scenery, and plenty of amusing anecdotes.
Contact Bill Miller (604) 796-5570
Mount Woodside (15 minutes from Harrison Hot Springs) is the famous paragliding site.
There's nothing sweeter than taking to the skies, and soaring with eagles, doing it with an experienced tandem pilot instructor that will take care of all the flying, so that you can sit back and enjoy the vistas below, and the fantastic sensations of free flight!
As a passenger, you will be required to make a short run during takeoff and landing, but your HPAC certified pilot will fully control the flight, including takeoff and landing.”
More info: www.pilotsloft.ca
Offers a unique opportunity for visitors to the Harrison Region. Join us and explore the Fraser Canyon on the water looking up.
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